N/APosted on - 02/04/2015
I bought the Epson expression xp-410 printer recently. What cables do I need to connect it to the computer? What does the bi-directional and IEEE cables represent? What are their functions, which is better than the other is and why? Finally, does any of these come with a printer or they both have to be purchased?
I need some help with Epson printer cables
The best cable that you must use to connect your Epson Expression x410 is a USB (Universal Serial Bus) cable. “Bi-directional” is the process itself not the cable. It is also known as “boustrophedon” printing. According to it’s for bi-directional, it can print from left-to-right and from right-to-left. Also bi-directional if for the printer or any devices to receive command from a single or multiple computer and send back actions into multiple computers at the same time. IEEE defines the bi-directional or parallel connections for any printer. This is the usual presentation of parallel connectors which is previously used for computers and later on replaced by USB connectors. It doesn’t come at the same time with printers. Retailers will only provide at least one connector. Most printers will have USB connectors for compatibility purposes.